Matthew Tilkin DC, DACO
Regional Clinic Director
Dr. Matthew Tilkin grew up in Bethesda, MD and attended Gettysburg College where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Dr. Tilkin took a special interest in Anatomy and Neurobiology which led him to pursue a Doctoral degree from New York Chiropractic College.
Dr. Tilkin excelled academically during NYCC, graduating with Honors. Dr. Tilkin was selected for a Residency program at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, MD where he obtained valuable experience treating the active military in a multidisciplinary setting. Dr. Tilkin’s commitment to ongoing education led him to complete a 3-year advanced post-doctoral program in Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine and is a Diplomate of the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists (DACO).
Dr. Tilkin is board certified and licensed by the Maryland Board of Chiropractic Examiners and the Virginia Board of Medicine. He is a member of the International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation and has supplemented his studies with earning an Advanced Certificate in Sports Science and Human Performance. Additionally, he holds certifications in Graston Technique, FAKTR, Taping for myofascial injuries, NIMMO, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization, Active Release Technique, Class IV Laser, Dry Needling, and Acupuncture.
Dr. Tilkin is passionate about providing customized evidence-based treatment plans for patients that leads to safe, fast, and effective resolution of conditions.
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If you’ve been injured in an accident as a result of recklessness, negligence, a defective product or other fault, you should be diagnosed and treated as soon as possible so that your health does not deteriorate, and you have the proof that you need to seek deserved monetary compensation.
Many times injuries are hidden, or are underestimated, so please call us today for a free consultation at (301) 576-0500, or email us. We also provide free legal referrals to our patients who are suffering from accident-related injuries.